Human TUBB3 Mutations Perturb Microtubule Dynamics, Kinesin Interactions, and Axon Guidance
Max A Tischfield, Hagit N Baris, Chen Wu, Guenther Rudolph, Lionel Van Maldergem, Wei He, Wai-Man Chan, Caroline Andrews, Joseph L Demer, Richard L Robertson, David A Mackey, Jonathan B Ruddle, Thomas D Bird, Irene Gottlob, Christina Pieh, Elias I Traboulsi, Scott L Pomeroy, David G Hunter, Janet S Soul, Anna Newlin Show all
Cell | CELL PRESS | Published : 2010
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We thank the families for their participation; Michelle DeLisle and Carrie Wu for technical assistance and members of the Engle lab for their thoughtful comments; A. Nurten Akarsu, Peter Kang, Lisa S Kearns, James Hoekel, Marijean Miller, Marilyn Miller, Peter Roggenkamper, and Sandra Staffieri for pedigree referrals and/or clinical exam data. This work was supported by NIH R01 EY012498, R01 EY013583, HD18655 (E. C. E.), F32 EY016306 (H. B.), R01 GM061345-08 (D. P.), and VA Research Funds (T. D. B.). E. C. E. and D. P. are investigators of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.